Podcast: Exploring Tudor England's African connections with historian Onyeka

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Hello MisBeee Writes readers..I wanted you to be the first to know! I have recorded my first podcast!
It is with author and historian Onyeka.

Some of you will remember I reviewed his book: 'Blackamoores: Africans in Tudor England, Their Presence, Status and Origins' earlier in the year.

In his book he argues that Africans had a rich and diverse presence in Tudor England that transcends the familiar and singular slavery story.

So make a cuppa, sit back and enjoy the first part on YouTube here!


By Kirsty Osei-Bempong.

For more blogs on history like this, check
Belle - a new kind of English rose  

Tudor England II: England's African connections
Gold Coast: a lucid look into Denmark's colonial past


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